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Good Java 1.1 Books?

Posted on 1997-05-07
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Can anyone suggest to me some 'good' java programming books
that do in fact cover Java 1.1 and don't just claim to cover Java 1.1 (Note: I have on order "Java in a Nutshell", 2/e)?

Thanks in advance,
Stewart.
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I've been using the "Java 1.1 Interactive Course" from the Waite Group Press. It covers 1.1 (although the enclosed CD-ROM does not have 1.1 for the Mac; but then, since Sun hasn't released it yet... what can you expect?)

Best of all, you can take a free look for yourself at their web site:  
        http://www.mcp.com/waite/
and also check out the interactive part at :
        http://www.mcp.com/waite/ezone/ezone/index.htm

All in all, it's not bad. But the standard Java SDK for the Mac SUCKS big time!
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